Every year, the publication of the Tefaf Art Market Report by Arts Economics expert Dr. Clare McAndrew sets the standard for data used within presentations about the art market for the next 12 months. The statistics on art sales, regional divides and trends in commerce are very interesting, yet the
Last week, Vastari was honoured to organise an event with Urban Energy called “The Museum of the Future” - asking tough questions about the future of museums and the relationship between China and Britain.
Contemporary art in China went out in the open 20 years ago thanks to the change of the political regime. Since then, the artistic avant-garde had the opportunity to express ideas and to think and act freely.
Attending the new exhibition at the British Museum I was up for a few unexpected surprises. Ming, the 50 years that changed China is a stunning show. Created in cooperation with some of the world’s major collections of Chinese art, it shows the formative years of the classical period
Asia is the focus of attention of the whole art world. Fast growing economies, new fortunes, changing legislations in the Far and Middle East all influence the art ecosystem in Europe and America. Whatever happens there will soon affect all of us. It is difficult to make judgments on the
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“According to internal report from the municipal authority, there are by far 114 museums in Shanghai, a small number comparing to its 23 million inhabitants and 8 million tourists each year. Professional analysts therefore predict bravely that Shanghai has the capacity to hold over 10 temporary exhibitions of the
Alexandre Errara reports for Forbes.com